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Technically, none of the new HFA inhalers are equivalent to the old inhalers (nor are they equivalent to each other). This means that a new prescription will be required.
 
Ask your pharmacist about helping you to get a new prescription (it will probably take a phone call to your healthcare provider). Be prepared to pay more for your new inhaler, even if you have insurance. Because they products are "brand-name" products, they carry higher co-pays in many insurance plans.
 
If you do not have insurance and cannot afford the new inhalers, talk to your healthcare provider about patient assistance programs from the manufacturers of these inhalers. You may be able to receive assistance from the manufacturers to help pay for the inhalers.
 
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